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Rage of the Assassin By Edward Marston

Rage of the Assassin by Edward Marston

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Summary

London, 1817. A man is shot outside of Covent Garden Theatre. Was Sir Roger Mellanby MP, a spearhead for social reform, really the intended target of the shooting? Twin detectives Paul and Peter Skillen are tasked to find the assassin.

Rage of the Assassin Summary

Rage of the Assassin: The compelling historical mystery packed with twists and turns by Edward Marston

London, 1817. Outside the Covent Garden Theatre, a crowd is desperate for a glimpse of actress Hannah Granville after her latest performance - including the Prince Regent himself. But before she emerges a gunshot sounds, and a man lies dead amidst the ensuing chaos. It proves to be Sir Roger Mellanby MP, whose political leanings towards social reform had made him many enemies not just at Westminster but within his own family. After a curt dismissal from the Bow Street Runners, Mellanby's friend Seth Hooper engages twin detectives Paul and Peter Skillen to investigate the MP's killing. Elsewhere, the assassin's own problems are just beginning ...

About Edward Marston

Edward Marston has written over a hundred books. He is best known for his hugely successful Railway Detective series. His other series include the Home Front Detective, set in the Great War, and the Bow Street Rivals, featuring identical twin detectives during the Regency.

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GOR011518258
9780749026448
0749026448
Rage of the Assassin: The compelling historical mystery packed with twists and turns by Edward Marston
Used - Like New
Paperback
Allison & Busby
20210121
352
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